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Mechanical characterisation of a fibre reinforced oxide/oxide ceramic matrix composite / D.T. Di Salvo, Elizabeth Sackett, Richard Johnston, D. Thompson, P. Andrews, Martin Bache

Journal of the European Ceramic Society, Volume: 35, Issue: 16, Pages: 4513 - 4520

Swansea University Authors: Elizabeth Sackett, Richard Johnston, Martin Bache

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Monotonic tension, fatigue and creep experiments were conducted on an oxide/oxide ceramic matrix composite over the range of temperature 20–1200 °C. The role of continuous fibre reinforcement, differential thermal expansion, stress redistribution interactions between fibres and matrix and the influe...

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ISSN: 0955-2219
Published: 2015
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description Monotonic tension, fatigue and creep experiments were conducted on an oxide/oxide ceramic matrix composite over the range of temperature 20–1200 °C. The role of continuous fibre reinforcement, differential thermal expansion, stress redistribution interactions between fibres and matrix and the influence of inherent processing defects are all considered when describing the deformation and ultimate mechanical failure of these systems.
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